Pyet is also a testbed for me to learn and apply Python best practices, and as a result its structure may shift substantially from commit to commit.
The main Pyet script doesn't directly read image files, instead reading in a custom text representation of a Piet image. You can convert your Piet image file to a Pyet text representation using image_to_source.py as follows:
python3 image_to_source.py source.[jpg|png|gif] > source.pyet
Once you have your Pyet program, you can interpret it:
python3 pyet.py source.pyet
For more options, use the
python pyet.py -h Usage: python pyet.py [options] source_file Options: -h, --help show this help message and exit -d, --debug print debugging information
Pyet does not yet support:
- The "in" commands (char or int).
- Specifying a codel size. Codels are 1 pixel.
- Python 3.X
- Pillow if you'd like to run image_to_source.py to convert an image to a Pyet source file